Amazing Machines

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Kingfisher, Jun 20, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 93 pages
6 Reviews
Whizzing and whistling, rumbling and grumbling, sloshing and squelching, flashing and crashing- the witty and wacky animal crew is back with four amazing machines all ready to leap from the pages of this rambunctious picture book. Young children won't be able to get enough of the bright, bold, and zany illustrations, and will find the rhyming text so irresistable they will want to hear it over and over again. An informative, illustrated glossary answers all their questions about trains, diggers, fire engines, and rockets.

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great books for curious kids

User Review  - sahe - Overstock.com

I bought this collection of books for my 2 year old son's birthday. Although he's not quite ready to sit for the entire story, they are great, and he carries them around. My 4 year old son loves them ... Read full review

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I would give it 10 stars if I could - Simona Read full review

About the author (2003)

Tony Mitton is a widely anthologized children's poet, as well as a teacher and performing poet. His Royal Raps won the 1997 Nottinghamshire Libraries/Dillons Children's Book Award. His recent collection of poetry, Plum, won the Publishers Weekly 2003 Cuffies Award for Best Book of Poetry. Tony teamed with illustrator Ant Parker on several books, including Dazzling Diggers, Roaring Rockets, and Terrific Trains. Ant Parker studied drawing and printing at the Bath Academy of Art in England and has taught papermaking, printing and bookbinding workshops for children. Toddlers and parents around the globe have discovered the irresistible appeal of his wacky cartoon characters in Flashing Fire Engines, Terrific Trains, Dazzling Diggers, and Roaring Rockets. Other titles include Charlie the Chicken and Desmond the Dog.

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